Greek Fire
Thursday July 10th 2008, 3:39 pm
Filed under: Patristics

We raised our cries as one after another Patrologia Graeca site vanished from the Web. The folks at Logos software have heard and answered us.

There’s another clean, safe place to browse the Patrologia Graeca… a newly available electronic format from Logos Bible Software.

Not only is it well-organized and searchable, but it also contains encoded links to Philip Schaff’s Early Church Fathers.

And if there’s enough interest, Logos will do the Patrologia Latina as well.

Thought you might like to know!

Check it out.


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This site also has the entire PG and PL online (for free!). It’s a bit difficult to navigate, but if you go to the search bar at the bottom and search by the name of the father you are looking for it’s quite simple.

Comment by Danny Garland Jr. 07.11.08 @ 9:31 am

forgot to include the site: http://www.documentacatholicaomnia.eu/

Comment by Danny Garland Jr. 07.11.08 @ 9:31 am

Danny, from what I understand, the texts available at that site have been illegally taken from the TLG. If that’s truly the case (it came from Carl Conrad on the B-Greek list), then I’d take caution in using them.

Comment by Mike 07.13.08 @ 7:13 pm

Thanks for the heads up. I didn’t know they were illegal.

Comment by Danny Garland Jr. 07.15.08 @ 6:57 pm

As anyone can see, prof. Pantelia, chief of the TLG, California University Irvine, authorized http://www.documentacatholicaomnia.eu to post files coming from the Migne PG and copyrighted by the TLD itself.
Thefore, this site does not hold any pirated texts.
We expect a formal excuse.
Giuseppe Sanro
The Rector of the Cooperatorum Veritatis Societas

Comment by Giuseppe Sandro 07.27.08 @ 6:38 am



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